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• 11/27/2017

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• 7/8/2015

Feminism in Threadworlds

Nova and her little sister (who I imagine she is fiercely protective of). Nova's sister reminds my of my sister, who pretty much looks like that 90% of the time. So, as anyone who has been closely following the progression on Threadworlds knows, our main character, Nova, is a "stubborn and brilliant" little kangaroo girl with a love for scientific discovery and exploration of the world(s) around her.
When asked about his decision to pick a female lead in a sci-fi graphic novel (two areas that are typically dominated by the guys) Bryan responded,
"...once science became the focal point of the story I knew it was important to me to have a young girl as the main character. This is basically Nova’s long origin story as scientific superhero. I hope she’ll be inspiring to readers of all genders and ages, but especially girls who are interested in studying and pursuing science."
Not only this, but according to Bryan, Nova's world is the most primitive of the Threadworlds, a quote "superstitious, oppressive empire, where girls are forbidden to read and write." It seems to be one of the main components of Threadworlds will be Nova's challenge to overcome the limits of her society.
I don't know about you all, but as a girl who quite fervently enjoys activities that are usually dominated by and targeted specifically toward males, namely the graphic novel, sic-fi fantasy, and action industries, it's a breath of fresh air to get some female representation that is not targeted only toward males, but to all. I am personally looking forward to meeting Nova and introducing her to my little sisters and cousins (all of whom are in the princess stage right now). After seeing the wonderfully written females in Avatar I have no doubt that she will provide a great representation for my gender and a reliable role model for the little girls in my family.
I look forward to seeing how Nova overcomes the boundaries of her society and shows our little girls what being a girl really means!
What are your thoughts on this? Do you think the comic industry needs more characters like Nova? Do you like Feminist under tones hinted to be happening in the story? Are you planning on sharing this with little girls in your family? Share your opinion in the comments!
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• 6/29/2015

What exactly will Threadworlds be?

Bryan Konietzko widely known as being the co-creator of the very beloved Avatar franchise filed a few copyrights for what could be a potential upcoming animated television series!
Now according to the Threadworlds wordpress blog, written by Keval (who you all might know from
As the description cites, Threadworlds is Bryan’s “fantasy, science fiction and adventure” program. The trademark covers both animated and live action programs/films, which means Bryan would own rights to both the animated and live action film/television versions of Threadworlds. This was likely done to avoid the chances of a bad Hollywood film adaption of Threadworlds if the series truly took off.
You can thank M. Night Shyamalan for that precaution.
The other four Threadworlds trademarks cover Bryan’s rights to ownership over any merchandise: printed matter (comic books, novels, trading cards, etc.), digital media (DVD’s, and CD’s), games (actions figures, toys etc.) and clothing.
Threadworlds appears to be Bryan’s new world outside of the Avatar universe. Any further news we receive about this project will likely come from Bryan’s Tumblr if/when he confirms it and/or Comic-Con next month.
What do you guys want Threadworlds to be exactly? What type of show would you like to see?
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